Jonathan Stamper

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  • in reply to: Clicking a tab multiple times stretches header #33763
    Jonathan Stamper
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    I managed to replicate the stretch issue on my personal SharePoint site due to the sensitive nature of my work’s site. I mocked up a similar layout and structure of the worksite using dummy data. Notice image 1 (in Edit Form) this is the normal layout. If I click the Request Tab again it stretches the form/headers (image 2). If I keep clicking it multiple times notice how the form/header continues to stretch (image 3).

    I also tried to replicate the {author} issue I was having above the tab section however my personal site uses first last name format as opposed to Last, first name. In the users name I looked up, from work, they didn’t have any commas originally in their name except for what exists in the “Last Name, First Name” format used.

    Let me know if you need anymore info and/or have any questions.

    in reply to: Clicking a tab multiple times stretches header #33752
    Jonathan Stamper
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    Quick update – had a team member test for me…
    It still occurs when there is one auto populates read-only text field on the same SBS index or SBS index below the autocomplete field but it does not happen when text field is not put in any SBS index.

    in reply to: Clicking a tab multiple times stretches header #33749
    Jonathan Stamper
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    I’m away from my computer this week, but I found what’s triggering it. I have an auto complete field (single value) that populates 4 additional text fields. Removing all 5 fields or collapsing the section stops it from stretching. When I add the autocomplete field back it’s also fine. If I add back 2 or more of the text fields that auto populate from the autocomplete choice the stretch problem returns.

    The {author} issue with the “,,” is in HTML I added above the tabs similar to the following:

    <div class=“tableDiv”>
      <table class=“tableDetails”>
       <tr>
        <td><span class=“styleFont”>Created By: </span>{author}</td>
       </tr>
      </table>
     </div>

    Hopefully that helps and I can try and send some screenshots when I get back.

    in reply to: Clicking a tab multiple times stretches header #33737
    Jonathan Stamper
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    It’s version DFFS v4.4.5.24.

    I’m only seeing it occur on one tab and it’s also the only tab with auto-complete fields (2 in total). The auto-complete fields are not wrapped in a document ready function.

    Oh I’m also noticing too that {author} usage puts 2 commas in the name such as Smith,, John. I used JS replace to fix it on load.

    in reply to: Clicking a tab multiple times stretches header #33735
    Jonathan Stamper
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    It’s version DFFS v4.4.5.24.

    I’m only seeing it occur on one tab and it’s also the only tab with auto-complete fields (2 in total). The auto-complete fields are not wrapped in a document ready function.

    Jonathan Stamper
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    Got it that’s right, the Misc Tab. Speaking of that I thought there was an option to hide detail/descriptor info on fields? I ended up hiding them in css so no issues there.

    That makes sense with the css elements in your example. I overlooked the anchor tag and thought the current tab styling was being done at just the tabBase class level. I’m still re-learning css after years of not using it.

    I greatly appreciate it, thank you for all the help!

    Jonathan Stamper
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    2 more questions if you don’t mind me asking:

    Is there a way to include html above the tabs or should I use the script/content editor webpart for it?

    Tab css customizations can be done in the Tab Name section but if I wanted to do it in custom css do I reference the tabBase class?

    Jonathan Stamper
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    I had a feeling so I modified it exactly as you mentioned and went with the side by side approach. Also thank you so much for the styling, that is super clean compared to my “hack-n-slash.”

    Jonathan Stamper
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    Apologies I didn’t submit image

    Jonathan Stamper
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    Sure! Thank you for your response. This is a dummy version of what I’m looking to recreate. You can see the dummy date fields are bunched up on the right side like it’s multiple cells merged into one. That’s the part I’m trying to figure out how to set up.

    Jonathan Stamper
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    Thank you so much! That definitely helped!

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